You'll wish you bought these beauty tools sooner!
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I don’t know about you but I’m a sucker for trying out new tools and brushes. I’m going to share my ride-or-dies with you and I hope you check them out!

1. Tweezerman Smooth Finish Facial Hair Remover

I saw this thing in Target and well, we all know how that goes… I had a gift card so I was just snagging what ever, and I’m really glad I purchased this. If you are a fan of threading your face, you will love this. It’s the same concept except MUCH easier. You can be precise and it isn’t as messy as waxing or time-consuming as plucking.

It’s cheaper on Amazon! Get it here!


2. Small Silicone Brush Cleaning Pad

I have bought several of these and normally they’re pretty big. For some reason, that just doesn’t work for me. I like to be able to hold it in my hand and this is perfect for that. At $2, you really must give it a try!

Get it here!


3. Eco Tools Sponge Duo

Here’s the deal with sponges: I actually have not ever tried a real Beauty Blender. I just can’t justify spending $20 on a sponge when there are others that are raved about and that work wonderfully for me. Before I found the Eco Tools sponge, I was using the Real Techniques Miracle Complexion sponge. It was great. However, with all the washings it went through, it bit the dust and it was time to get a new one. I heard about this sponge through KathleenLights on YouTube and decided to give it a try. It’s sooooo great. It expands when wet and it’s so soft and bouncy and makes applying foundation a BREEZE.

Get it here!


4. Silicone Sponge

I’m sure you’ve seen these on YouTube/Instagram… They’re EVERYWHERE. Whatย really made me want one is the fact that you aren’t wasting any product and how easily it cleans. We all should be aware of the bacteria we are putting on our skin, and because this is silicone, it washes off easily with soap and water after you apply your makeup. You really must try it.

Get it here!


5. Lamora Flat Top Kabuki Brush

This brush is EVERYTHING. I think Lamora has sets, but I was just looking for a Kabuki at the time. So I went on Amazon in search of a cheap but good quality brush and I found it. It was wrapped really well when it was shipped and it had professional looking packaging. The brush is dense so it you can buff out the product onto your face without seeing a bunch of brush strokes. It’s so soft. When I’m too lazy to take the time and beat my face with a sponge, I grab this brush!

Get it here!


What are some of your favorite beauty tools? Just click “leave a comment” at the top of this post and let me know!


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  1. Love this article and will definitely try the tweezers. It’s so hard to know what to buy so I love your articles. Keep up the great work!

  2. I am going to try the eco sponge. I am tired of buying disposable sponges to apply my foundation. Thanks for your article. I had no idea this product even existed.

  3. Thanks for these recommendations – always looking for new beauty tools. I fought myself forever from purchasing makeup brushes and opting for whatever came with the product – but wow, what a difference a good brush makes!

    1. I so agree. It makes a huge difference with application! Thanks for reading! ๐Ÿ™‚

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